#1
I was thinking 2 Vintage 30s on top and 2 G12H30s on bottom, but was curious what you guys prefer for what styles you're playing, what works/doesn't work for your sound, any other thoughts. Thanks
#2
Quote by stevetheempire
I was thinking 2 Vintage 30s on top and 2 G12H30s on bottom, but was curious what you guys prefer for what styles you're playing, what works/doesn't work for your sound, any other thoughts. Thanks



I'd think the combo you have in mind is just right, G12h, have nice amount of bottom end, and the V30s will hold the highs and mids up top
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#3
That would work pretty well actually but if you were to do an X pattern instead of a 2 on top and 2 on bottom you would get a more balanced sound.
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#4
Try putting them in an X pattern.
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#6
Quote by stevetheempire
it's an extra $41 to put them in the X pattern... worth it?

You could just order it and then put them in the X pattern yourself.
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how difficult/risky is this?
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Open up the cab, unscrew the speakers and unattach the wires. Screw them in in the pattern you want and resolder the wires. I'm not sure how Avatar does it but I know some companies just use the clip on leads but most will actually solder it.
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it's an extra $41 to put them in the X pattern... worth it?


I'd get someone from Avatar on the phone to explain to me why they charge an extra $41 to put them in an X pattern, so then I could explain to them in person why I want them to do it for me without any additional charge at all.
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#11
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I'd get someone from Avatar on the phone to explain to me why they charge an extra $41 to put them in an X pattern, so then I could explain to them in person why I want them to do it for me without any additional charge at all.


It's indeed pretty rediculous to ask money for that. It's the same job, the technician just has to switch 2 speakers.